BlackBerry Will Make A Bacteria-Free Phone For Hospitals

Posted: Jun 25 2015, 11:50am CDT | by , in Technology News


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BlackBerry Will Make a Bacteria-Free Phone for Hospitals

Blackberry has now come up with a very unique idea of introducing Bacteria-Free Phones for Hospitals

BlackBerry is considering making bacteria free cell phones that could be utilized as a part of healing facilities; as the organization expects to turn into the decision for secure versatile interchanges inside of the social insurance industry.

This information was disclosed by BlackBerry’s CEO John Chen at a hospital in Toronto while unveiling the recent clinical alerts project. He told, “Health-care workers have to be worried about one less thing to wipe down with a bacteria-free handset”. He also announced that the company has not yet started working on the project, but it is official that such kind of smart phone will be developed anytime soon.

The BlackBerry has marked into organizations with Cisco Systems and ThoughtWire to give specialists and medical caretakers in a unit of the Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital with a convenient, ready and informing framework. The company has not yet disclosed about the expenditure of the project.

Dr. Aviv Gladman, chief medical information officer at Mackenzie Health Hospital said on the issue that the transfer of infections and bacteria’s from a patient to a doctor is a big issue and it needs to be solved and minute things like mobile phones carry these germs along with them. BlackBerry management is excited about this new venture as it is going to be a major breakthrough in medical as well as tech industry.

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